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Cross Country News & Highlights

December 11, 2013

Rupert Named Inquirer Academic All-Area

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Josey Rupert, Eastern Women's Cross Country.

PHILADELPHIA—Eastern Cross Country’s Josey Rupert was one of just eight area runners selected to the Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Women’s Cross Country team on Tuesday.

The Academic All-Area team is a selection of the best overall student-athletes from the Philadelphia-area’s 28 colleges, as chosen by those schools' sports information directors.

Rupert, a junior from Shickshinny, Pa., was honored for her success on the course and in the classroom. Rupert has compiled a 3.84 GPA while studying exercise science. This semester Rupert also became the first Eastern runner to ever be named to the All-Mid-East Regional team after finishing 33rd at the regional meet in November.

She continues to set school records with each race. Her 22:19 at the NCAA Regionals at Lehigh Valley is the current school record. 

Full Academic All-Area Release 

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Josey Rupert of Eastern University Cross Country has consistently improved her 6K times in her three years at Eastern. (The lone outlier on the chart was hardly her fault, after a course marshal directed her as the lead runner to run at least an additional mile.) Since her first meet as a freshman, Rupert has cut 4 1/2 minutes from her time.

 

Updated: Friday, 13 December 2013

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